POLL: How Do You Celebrate Christmas?

It may be the homestretch of summer, but the Food Network Magazine editors are already in the holiday spirit, which is why they want to know your holiday plans.

It may be the homestretch of summer, but the Food Network Magazine editors are already in the holiday spirit, which is why they want to know your holiday plans. Share your Christmas traditions in the poll below, then see how your holiday season compares to the rest of America in a future issue.

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